This report analyses data from the 2008 and 2009 British Social Attitudes surveys, which asked people about their national identity, their attitudes towards devolution and their perceptions of the distribution of public expenditure across the UK.

In this short report we reveal what this latest research has uncovered about the state of English public opinion on devolution.

The introduction of devolution in Scotland and Wales was probably the most radical of the set of constitutional reforms implemented in the early years of Tony Blair's government.

Prepared by ippr in collaboration with social research institute, NatCen